【禁闻】留学生被控 “城管”出口美国?

【新唐人2015年02月03日讯】打开Google,搜索“城管”,出现的很多新闻都是有关暴力执法。从某种角度上,这也代表了“城管”在中国老百姓心目中的形象。不过,“城管”这个词最近意外“出口”到美国,也同样由于暴力指控而受到关注。

密西根州立大学(MSU)的两名中国留学生:24岁的李梦龙(Meng Long Li音译)和21岁的高山(Shan Gao音译),被指控在去年1月31号参与打人,把另一个中国留学生李岩(Yan Li音译)打伤。两人被指控多项伤害罪,包括有意伤害他人身体。

案件从今年1月26号开庭审理。当地的《兰辛市日报》(Lansing State Journal)报导说,助理检察官金伯莉.赫斯(Kimberly Hesse)当天在开庭陈述时表示,李梦龙和高山属于密西根州立大学中国学生组成的“城管”帮派。“城管”帮使用恐吓、威胁、身体暴力,在密西根州立大学的亚裔学生中声名狼藉。而“城管”的名字,则来自于中国臭名昭著的城市管理执法人员。

赫斯还表示,李梦龙是帮派的主要执行者,而高山则是较为低级的中间人。

不过李梦龙在1月30号出庭时,否认自己属于帮派,也否认参与打人,他承认和几个车上有“城管”标志的留学生相识,但自己只是和这群人“出去玩和打篮球”。而高山去年在自己的汽车上贴上了“城管”标签,但他说,这只是“为了好玩而已。”

关于“城管”帮,《兰辛市日报》在1月30号的报导形容,这些中国留学生自称“城管”,他们在自己的车上贴著类似于中国城管的标签。而成员中不乏开着豪华车的人。在两名承认“城管”帮身份的留学生中,一名主修数学的成员开着日产高级车Infinity,而另一名主修经济的成员则开着奔驰。

和八、九十年代靠托福高分,申请全额奖学金,才能来美国独立生活学习的留学生不同,今天的中国留学生,已经给全美各大学带来了显著的经济效益。

以密西根州立大学为例,《世界日报》说,2013年秋季,密西根州立大学扩招4419名中国留学生,其中3499人是本科生。他们通常来自有能力每年负担5万多元海外留学费用的家庭。甚至有一名大二学生买下了当地的两家亚洲超市,还入股面包店。

纽约市立大学政治学教授夏明分析,在“财大气粗”或“来美镀金”的心态下,很多中国留学生没有真正融入美国社会。

纽约市立大学政治学教授夏明:“很多中国人扎堆,相互壮胆,有各种在国内的仇美心态、愤青心态。到美国又有一种狂妄自大。但是美国又有各种规范、利益,跟他们发生冲突。所以这些人就会产生青年帮派的心态。扎帮扎在一起,用仇视暴力的方式,对待社会的各种冲突。”

而“城管”即使在中国,也不是所谓“软实力”的体现。资深记者唐路在自己的推特上说,“城管都出口了!中共污染世界”。

时事评论家李天笑博士:“像这种东西,在中国大陆也是民众非常反感的事情。把这个事情拿到美国的校园里来,我觉得这个体现了不是特别恰当的一种党文化的影响反映。”

熟悉中美两国教育运作的夏明教授指出,美国大学提供了非常优越的学习环境,如果虚心学习,融入社会,其实中国留学生会获益良多。

夏明:“第一,道德观、价值观是完全不一样的。美国的教育体系给你讲,第一块砖你应该怎么放,这个第一块转跟中国的第一块转是完全不一样的。然后美国教育的整个思想体系,逻辑思想,时政研究方法,还有美国的批评精神,又不是完全的怀疑主义,又不是全盘照收,填鸭式的。而就是一种积极的,同时带有批评精神的学习,那就是开放的心态。”

时事评论家李天笑博士指出,来到海外,大多数中国留学生对中共执政下的种种问题已经有一定了解,但中共使领馆也试图继续控制留学生们的思想,这是当下留学生们应该思索和警惕的问题。

采访/编辑/尚燕 后制/钟元

Overseas Chinese Students Accusation Triggered the Question:
“Is Chengguan Exported to the US"?

“Chengguan" (City Management Law Enforcement Officers),
have received much attention recently, for their acts of
violence in the name of law.

From a certain perspective, it also represents the
“Chengguan" image in the eyes of the Chinese people.
However, the term “Chengguan" was recently, by accident,
“exported" to the United States, which has drawn much
attention due to similar allegations of acts of violent.

Two Chinese students of Michigan State University (MSU):
24-year-old Menglong Li (transliteration)
and 21-year-old Shan Gao (transliteration),
are accused of involvement in the incident of beating
and injuring another Chinese student Yan Li (transliteration)
on Jan. 31 2014.
They were accused of a number of assaults, including
grievous bodily harm.

The case went to trial on Jan. 26 of this year.

Local Lansing State Journal reported that Assistant District
Attorney Kimberly Hess said in an opening statement,
Menglong Li and Shan Gao are part of the “Chengguan" gang,
a group of Chinese students in Michigan State University.

Kimberly Hess also said Menglong Li is the main enforcer
of the gang, and Shan Gao is a relatively low-level intermediary.

But when Menglong Li appeared in court on Jan. 30,
he denied that he belongs to a gang,
and that he had no involvement in the beating incident also.
He admitted that he recognised some Chinese students
whose cars have the “Chengguan" logos on them,
but that he just “hanged out and played basketball" with them.
Shan Gao had placed the “Chengguan" logo on his car last year,
but says it’s just “to have fun".

About “Chengguan" gang, “Lansing State Journal" reported
on Jan. 30 that,
these Chinese students called themselves “Chengguan" and their
cars are labelled with China’s Chengguan logo.
Some members even drive luxury cars. Among two guys
who are recognised with “Chengguan" gang identities,
one student whose major is mathematics drives the luxury car
Nissan Infinity, while another student whose major
is economics, drives a Mercedes-Benz.

During the 1980’s and90’s, many Chinese students came
to the US with excellent TOEFL ( Test of English
as a Foreign Language) scores,
applying for full scholarship within universities,
and living independently in the US.

When compared to Chinese students in the past,
today’s Chinese students have brought significant economic
benefits to the universities across America.

Taking Michigan State University as an example,
“World News" said, in the fall of 2013,
4419 Chinese students enrolled in Michigan State University
with 3499 undergraduates.
They usually come from wealthy families who can afford
the high study costs of US$ 50,000 per annum.

Even one sophomore (2nd year student) bought two local Asian
supermarkets and also became a a shareholder of a bakery.

Political Science Professor Xia Ming, is from City University
of New York, under the pseudonym of “being with deep pockets"
or “being gold-plated in the United States".

Many Chinese students do not really merge all that well
into the American society.

Professor Xia Ming: “Many Chinese people get together,
mutually encouraging each other with their various grievances
against the United States, expressing angry attitudes.

America has a variety of normal protocols
which conflicts with the Chinese students.
So these people have a mentality of a youth gang,
which ties them together often treating a variety of social
conflicts via the means of violence and hatred."

Even if in China, “Chengguan" exportation is not regarded
as the reflection of the so-called “soft power".
Senior journalist Tang Lu said on his Twitter “Chengguan
is exported! The Chinese Communist Party
(CCP) pollutes the world."

Political commentator Dr. Li Tianxiao: “With this sort of thing,
even in China people are unimpressed.
To develop such a thing in the American campus’s, I think
reflects the influence of inappropriate CCP culture."

Professor Xia Ming is familiar with the operation
of education in China and the US,

who pointed out that American universities
offer very favourable learning environments.
If they open their minds to learn and integrate into society,
in fact, the Chinese students will benefit a great deal.

Xia Ming: “First, the ethics and values of the United States
are completely different.
Regarding how to put aside the first brick, what the American
education system tells you is totally different from
that of the Chinese system.

Then the American education system, logical thinking,
research methods for politics as well as the spirit
of the American criticism,

are not entirely based on skepticism, nor forced
or crammed in to somebody.

It is actually a positive but critical spirit and way of learning,
it is an open mind."

Dr. Li Tianxiao pointed out, after coming abroad,
the majority of Chinese students understand
the various problems,

but the ruling CCP Embassy is still trying to continue its control
over students thought processes,
dictating how Chinese students should think and guard themselves
against the problem, against America.

Interview & Edit/ShangYan Post-Production/ZhongYuan

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